Remap website features on BBCs Easter Day Lifeline appeal


Remap was featured on the Easter Day broadcast of BBC Lifeline Appeal. Remap is a charity that provides one-off technical aids which help disabled people of all ages enjoy a better lifestyle.

Watch the video again and see how the talented army of volunteer engineers help people with disabilities.

Remap is a national charity with a large number of volunteer engineers scattered around the country, mostly providing local help for people with disabilities. When Cornish WebServices revamped the Remap website we introduced a locally based contact form that enables people to be put in touch with their most local engineers (based on distance), but also protecting the email addresses of the volunteers from being visible to search engines and spammers. This contact form uses the Google map API to search and locate approriate panels.

Visit the Remap website.

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